Hey Pandas, What’s The Oldest Item Or Piece Of Furniture In Your House

I have seen some old furniture in some houses, what’s yours?#1 

I Am The Oldest Thing In My House

I Am The Oldest Thing In My House

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boop boop1 day ago

looking good though !!10ReplyView more comments#2 

This Trunk That Came Through Elis Island With My Great, Great Grandparents

This Trunk That Came Through Elis Island With My Great, Great Grandparents

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Dobby The House Elf1 day ago

Wow! It looks like something out of a book5ReplyView more comments#3 

This Gramophone I Got From My Grandma. I Don’t Know How Old It Is. It’s Still Working Though..

This Gramophone I Got From My Grandma. I Don't Know How Old It Is. It's Still Working Though..

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Ms.M.1 day ago

Outstanding!1ReplyView more comments#4 

This 1894 Copy Of The Three Musketeers

This 1894 Copy Of The Three Musketeers

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Ms.M.1 day ago

Wow! Very cool.4ReplyView more comments#5 

The Beams In Our Ceiling That Have Bern In Place Since Around 1650.

The Beams In Our Ceiling That Have Bern In Place Since Around 1650.

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Ria C.1 day ago

Pretty and cool.3ReplyView more comments#6 

This Little Trilobite – Approx. 500 Million Years Old

This Little Trilobite - Approx. 500 Million Years Old

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StrangeLittleThing1 day ago

Wow, that’s old!4ReplyView more comments#7 

Grandfather Clock From 1680s

Grandfather Clock From 1680s

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phanmo (Submission author)5 hours ago(edited)

This clock was bought by one of my ancestors in London in the 1680s, survived a fire, crossed the Atlantic to Canada in the early 1900s, and crossed back last year to my home in France. It still works2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Fully-Functioning 1914 National Cash Register. 1914 Is The Last Year They Used Brass Due To Wwi

Fully-Functioning 1914 National Cash Register. 1914 Is The Last Year They Used Brass Due To Wwi

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Agnes Jekyll1 day ago

Does it still open? (p.s. very cool)2ReplyView more comments#9 

Round Oak Dining Table C.1890

Round Oak Dining Table C.1890

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M O’Connell (Submission author)1 day ago

Normally I give people crap for refinishing antique furniture, but my grandmother bought this at the Salvation Army in 1960 and refinished it then. It suffered some water damage in storage, so I refinished it again, this time in blue, because why not.5ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

My Grandfather’s Pocket Watch. Given To Him By His Father As A Graduation Present In 1918. Manufactured By The Waltham American Watch Company In 1887

My Grandfather's Pocket Watch. Given To Him By His Father As A Graduation Present In 1918. Manufactured By The Waltham American Watch Company In 1887

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Ms.M.1 day ago

Cool!3ReplyView more comments#11 

Old Family Bibles From The 1820s And My Great, Great Grandparents Civil War Daguerreotypes.

Old Family Bibles From The 1820s And My Great, Great Grandparents Civil War Daguerreotypes.

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My Estate Desk. It’s Roughly The Same Age As The Declaration Of Independence (Handles Unfortunately Not Original)

My Estate Desk. It's Roughly The Same Age As The Declaration Of Independence (Handles Unfortunately Not Original)

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Joey Sanchez12 minutes ago

What would make it even cooler is if the declaration was written on it… it was written on a different looking desk.0ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#13 

This Photo Of My Great-Grandparents

This Photo Of My Great-Grandparents

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

nice picture2Reply#14 

Majestic Radio (With Tubes In The Back).

Majestic Radio (With Tubes In The Back).

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Aski Markup6 hours ago

Oh I like that. They don’t make things like they used to, unfortunately.2ReplyView more comments#15 

This Cool Little Globe That Opens Up To A Clock, With A Space To Insert A Picture. It Belonged To My Beloved Grandpa. I Don’t Know Much About It, Other Than It Was Made In The 1940’s.

This Cool Little Globe That Opens Up To A Clock, With A Space To Insert A Picture. It Belonged To My Beloved Grandpa. I Don't Know Much About It, Other Than It Was Made In The 1940's.

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Ms.M. (Submission author)1 day ago

This is the inside IMG_0568-6…e5bd30.jpg11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#16 

Chest Of Drawers, Late Xix Century

Chest Of Drawers, Late Xix Century

It%20was%20in%20terrible%20conditions%20and%20a%20friend%20of%20mine%20was%20throwing%20it%20away.%20%20I%20restored%20it%20and%20it%20now%20proudly%20sits%20in%20my%20living%20room! Report11pointsGiovannaPOST

Giovanna (Submission author)1 day ago(edited)

A friend of mine was throwing it away. It was in terrible conditions. I’ve had it restored and it now proudly sits in my living room!5ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#17 

My Favourite African Sculpture (Headrest) End 19th Cent.bought By My Grandfather In 1904.from Angola

My Favourite African Sculpture (Headrest) End 19th Cent.bought By My Grandfather In 1904.from Angola

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Verena Gitterle1 day ago

Wow!1ReplyView more comments#18 

My Husband’s T-Shirt From Def Leppard’s 1987-1988 Hysteria Tour.

My Husband's T-Shirt From Def Leppard's 1987-1988 Hysteria Tour.

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Joey Sanchez18 hours ago

cool shirt0ReplyView more comments#19 

A 1977 Binatone Pong Games Console. One Of The First Home Consoles

A 1977 Binatone Pong Games Console. One Of The First Home Consoles

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

cool1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#20 

1960s-1970s – My Mum’s Well-Travelled Make-Up And Wig Cases. In A Band With My Dad, The Four Ways Bumper Sticker Was From Their Fan Club. Bottom Pic Shows The Cool Baggage Tags And Stickers From Japan Air Lines, China Airlines, Cp Air, Qantas, And Pan Am (Top Black And White Stub With Bs). And Pows Were, Of Course, Prisoners Of War (Vietnam).

1960s-1970s - My Mum's Well-Travelled Make-Up And Wig Cases. In A Band With My Dad, The Four Ways Bumper Sticker Was From Their Fan Club. Bottom Pic Shows The Cool Baggage Tags And Stickers From Japan Air Lines, China Airlines, Cp Air, Qantas, And Pan Am (Top Black And White Stub With Bs). And Pows Were, Of Course, Prisoners Of War (Vietnam).

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Verena Gitterle1 day ago

The stories they could tell!5ReplyView more comments#21 

The Clock My Grandfather Got For His Parents When He Was A Teen

The Clock My Grandfather Got For His Parents When He Was A Teen

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Lauren Caswell (Submission author)1 day ago

It plays the “Westminster Quarters” chimes 🙂 it still works but I have stopped using it until I can get the hinge of the glass cover fixed, and the wood retouched. (Flax mat is from my second foray into flax weaving from my garden, I gave the first one away as customary)2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#22 

I Used To Have A 1984 Panasonic Rx-5050 But My Dad Broke It On Accident, Of Course The Part That Was Broken Could Not Be Repaired. So Here’s A Pic I Found Of Someone Else’s 🙁

I Used To Have A 1984 Panasonic Rx-5050 But My Dad Broke It On Accident, Of Course The Part That Was Broken Could Not Be Repaired. So Here's A Pic I Found Of Someone Else's :(

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My Great Grandmother’s Engagement Ring. Circa 1912 I Believe.

My Great Grandmother's Engagement Ring. Circa 1912 I Believe.

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Ms.M.1 day ago

Beautiful!1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#24 

This Camera, Were Not Too Sure How Old It Is,but It’s Pretty Old.

This Camera, Were Not Too Sure How Old It Is,but It's Pretty Old.

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

looks old1ReplyView more comments#25 

My House Itself! My House Is Over 200 Years And Was An Old Factory Building In The 1840’s. There’s Still The Presence Of One Of The Workers In The Basement.

My House Itself! My House Is Over 200 Years And Was An Old Factory Building In The 1840’s. There’s Still The Presence Of One Of The Workers In The Basement.

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Agnes Jekyll1 day ago

Wait, what? please explain–do you mean a ghost?6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#26 

Nothing In My House Is New….self Included..

Nothing In My House Is New....self Included..

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StrangeLittleThing1 day ago

Ooh I love those masks!1ReplyView more comments#27 

Opalised Fossil Marine Shells 15-20 Million Years Old

Opalised Fossil Marine Shells 15-20 Million Years Old

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StrangeLittleThing1 day ago

Wow, very old and very pretty!2ReplyView more comments#28 

My Most Prized Possession! And Old One Pence Piece From 1917! (And Yes I Added A Picture Of The Other Side So You Would Know It Was Real)

My Most Prized Possession! And Old One Pence Piece From 1917! (And Yes I Added A Picture Of The Other Side So You Would Know It Was Real)

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

thats a keeper, i wonder if it could be worth a lot though…-1ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#29 

Our Whole House Is Old, But We Have A Penny Stuck In The Floor. No Idea How It Got Stuck. As Far As We Know It’s Original To The House From The 1930s

Our Whole House Is Old, But We Have A Penny Stuck In The Floor. No Idea How It Got Stuck. As Far As We Know It’s Original To The House From The 1930s

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

If you got it out could be worth a lot-3ReplyView more comments#30 

It’s Hands Are Used As A Bowl And That’s Where We Put All My Baby Teeth Ofc

It’s Hands Are Used As A Bowl And That’s Where We Put All My Baby Teeth Ofc

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

Nice color0Reply#31 

Dresser, Circa 1886

Dresser, Circa 1886

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Joey Sanchez1 day ago

Ooh, i like the blue-1ReplyView more comments#32 

I Think I Might Take The Cake On This One, No Bragging Intended. This Piece Of The Muoniomalusta Meteorite Is Part Of The Oldest Iron Meteorites Known. It’s Thought To Be A Piece Of An Ancient Proto-Planet Likely Older Than The Earth. It’s Just About The Oldest Thing You Can Touch. The Pic Is Right After I Had It Certified, But Now It Sits In A Moisture Controlled Glass Container In My House.

I Think I Might Take The Cake On This One, No Bragging Intended. This Piece Of The Muoniomalusta Meteorite Is Part Of The Oldest Iron Meteorites Known. It's Thought To Be A Piece Of An Ancient Proto-Planet Likely Older Than The Earth. It's Just About The Oldest Thing You Can Touch. The Pic Is Right After I Had It Certified, But Now It Sits In A Moisture Controlled Glass Container In My House.

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Gandalf the Pink (Submission author)4 hours ago

I didn’t know it was the title I was writing, I thought it was the description 2ReplyView more comments#33 

This Photo Done In The 80s

This Photo Done In The 80s

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Ms.M.1 day ago

I feel old now… *cries* 6ReplyView more comments#34 

While The Meteorite Wedding Band Is About 4.5 Billion Years Old, The Majority Of Atoms In My Body Formed 4.6 To 4.7 Billion Years Ago From The Super Nova That Birthed Our Solar System And Sun. Some Other Atoms, Such As Hydrogen, Formed 13.7 Billion Years Ago. I’d Say We Are All Tied For Oldest Items In Our Homes!

While The Meteorite Wedding Band Is About 4.5 Billion Years Old, The Majority Of Atoms In My Body Formed 4.6 To 4.7 Billion Years Ago From The Super Nova That Birthed Our Solar System And Sun. Some Other Atoms, Such As Hydrogen, Formed 13.7 Billion Years Ago. I'd Say We Are All Tied For Oldest Items In Our Homes!

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